Decision 2014: Tennessee State House Election Returns - WSMV Channel 4

Election Returns for Nashville, TN

2014 State House Election Returns

State House: TN State House District 37 GOP Primary
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 Dawn White (Incumbent)435871%
 Eddie Smotherman 177329%
State House: TN State House District 39 GOP Primary
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 David Alexander (Incumbent)
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488172%
 Jack Daniel 189028%
State House: TN State House District 43 Dem. Primary
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 Kevin Dunlap 357868%
 Kristopher Gore 90617%
 James Jacobs 80015%
State House: TN State House District 45 GOP Primary
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 Courtney Rogers (Incumbent)
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448761%
 Len Silverman 289639%
State House: TN State House District 48 GOP Primary
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 Bryan Terry 266938%
 Adam Coggin 221532%
 Rick Peppers 212630%
State House: TN State House District 49 GOP Primary
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 Mike Sparks (Incumbent)228754%
 Robert Stevens 193546%
State House: TN State House District 51 GOP Primary
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 Brian Mason
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90459%
 Joshua Rawlings 64041%
State House: TN State House District 51 Dem. Primary
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 Bill Beck
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187941%
 Jennifer Wallace 156534%
 Stephen Fotopulos 109724%
State House: TN State House District 55 Dem. Primary
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 John Clemmons 239954%
 Gary Odom (Incumbent)207046%
State House: TN State House District 61 GOP Primary
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 Charles Sargent (Incumbent)440451%
 Steve Gawrys 414849%
State House: TN State House District 63 GOP Primary
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 Glen Casada (Incumbent)542266%
 Cherie Hammond 280834%
State House: TN State House District 65 Dem. Primary
100% OF PRECINCTS REPORTING
 Bill Peach 66964%
 Brian Johnson 37936%
State House: TN State House District 66 GOP Primary
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 Sabi Kumar 353844%
 Chris Orndorff 233929%
 Matt Burnett 136017%
 Brock Brewer 81310%
State House: TN State House District 71 GOP Primary
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 David Byrd
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578653%
 Vance Dennis (Incumbent)507447%
State House: TN State House District 74 GOP Primary
100% OF PRECINCTS REPORTING
 Jay Reedy 321872%
 Keith Svadba 124928%
State House: TN State House District 75 Dem. Primary
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 Randy Patton
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307562%
 Charles Cooper 184638%
State House: TN State House District 2 GOP Primary
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 Bud Hulsey 504660%
 Tony Shipley (Incumbent)339140%
State House: TN State House District 3 GOP Primary
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 Timothy Hill (Incumbent)
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806980%
 Kevin Parsons 198420%
State House: TN State House District 4 GOP Primary
100% OF PRECINCTS REPORTING
 John Holsclaw 718763%
 Judy Veeneman 427537%
State House: TN State House District 5 GOP Primary
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 David Hawk (Incumbent)
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593460%
 Ted Hensley 393640%
State House: TN State House District 6 GOP Primary
100% OF PRECINCTS REPORTING
 James Van Huss (Incumbent)444356%
 Clayton Stout 349544%
State House: TN State House District 7 GOP Primary
100% OF PRECINCTS REPORTING
 Matthew Hill (Incumbent)396653%
 Phil Carriger 321443%
 Todd Franklin 2654%
State House: TN State House District 13 GOP Primary
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 Eddie Smith 233450%
 Jason Emert 230450%
State House: TN State House District 18 GOP Primary
100% OF PRECINCTS REPORTING
 Martin Daniel 392151%
 Steve Hall (Incumbent)375649%
State House: TN State House District 22 GOP Primary
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 Dan Howell 459956%
 Adam Lowe 358344%
State House: TN State House District 27 GOP Primary
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 Patsy Hazlewood 557255%
 Tommy Crangle 414841%
 Charlie White 3503%
State House: TN State House District 31 GOP Primary
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 Ron Travis (Incumbent)
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665365%
 Jim Cobb 360035%
State House: TN State House District 33 GOP Primary
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 John Ragan (Incumbent)448755%
 Caitlin Nolan 371945%
State House: TN State House District 35 GOP Primary
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 Jerry Sexton
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457055%
 Dennis Roach (Incumbent)368745%
State House: TN State House District 81 GOP Primary
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 Debra Moody (Incumbent)
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439168%
 Rory Bricco 211232%
State House: TN State House District 84 Dem. Primary
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 Joe Towns (Incumbent)
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516679%
 Kenneth Wells 135521%
State House: TN State House District 91 GOP Primary
100% OF PRECINCTS REPORTING
 Sam Watkins 63386%
 Orrden Williams 10614%
State House: TN State House District 91 Dem. Primary
100% OF PRECINCTS REPORTING
 Raumesh Akbari (Incumbent)396356%
 Doris DeBerry-Bradshaw 314744%
State House: TN State House District 94 GOP Primary
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 Leigh Wilburn 480751%
 Hal Rounds 268128%
 Stephen Hale 196421%
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